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Truth vs. Illusion

Memories are never entirely silent. They murmur in your cells, shadow the mind, and knock at the door.

Rella Cooper is a thirty-eight-year-old successful architect with a bright future. She’s a sensitive soul with a youthful spirit, who still wears braids in her hair. Establishing a life in sunny southern California, she’s left behind the shadows of where she grew up.


But whispers rustle in the recesses of her mind. Confronted with the truth about her mother’s abusive childhood, her sister raises the possibility that perhaps something happened to Rella, too.


Refusing to believe she could have blocked out memories, and against her better judgement, Rella visits a practitioner, where shocking information is revealed. Completely destabilized, Rella’s sanity spirals out of control.


In an attempt to regain the life she once knew, Rella seeks out help, only to be hit with a staggering revelation which will change how she looks at herself, and the world, forever.


Is it better to live in the shadows?

 Or with a truth you can't share?


What we hide

   She rested her hands on the metal railing, the sparkling water reflecting in her emerald eyes. A rising breeze skirted around her crisp capri pants and bare ankles. The coastline stretched, California vast and protective at the same time. An open world charged with energy and possibilities.

 She had escaped. From what, she didn’t know. But memory echoes lay sunk far offshore, where they couldn’t touch her.

Read this book before one of your friends tells you about it.

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